Short for top-level domain, and refers to the suffix attached to Internet domain names. There are a limited number of predefined suffixes, and each one represent a top-level domain. Current top-level domains include:
com- commercial businesses; this is the most common TLD
gov- U.S. government agencies
edu- Educational institutions such as universities
org- Organizations (mostly nonprofit)
net- Network organizations
th – Thailand
An MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoder. TMPGEnc converts .AVI file to MPEG1, the format which is used in VideoCD. Using variety of option in TMPGEnc, you can compress your video file in high quality.
Pronounced tee-neff, and short for Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format, a proprietary format used by the Microsoft Exchange and Outlook e-mail clients when sending messages formatted as Rich Text Format (RTF). When Microsoft Exchange thinks that it is sending a message to another Microsoft e-mail client, it extracts all the formatting information and encodes it in […]
Short for Tools for Oracle Application Development, TOAD is a set of development tools used for application development, database development, or business intelligence and assist developers in deploying Oracle-based applications and Web services on the Windows platform. Developers use the applications for defining business logic, creating user interfaces, applications as Web services, and more.
Short for TCP/IP Offload Engine, TOE a technology used in NICs (network interface cards) to offload processing of the TCP/IP stack to the network controller. TOE works because it allows the operating system to offload all TCP/IP traffic to hardware on the NIC, and also gives TCP/IP control to the host server. TOE is mainly […]
A proprietary fiber optics signal connection system, commonly used in audio applications. A TOSLINK connector provides a distortion-free connection between a digital source and digital receiver or recorder. TOSLINK is a registered trademark of Toshiba.